Upon entering the shower, guests were greeted by the "Wish Tree", designed by Julie. They were to write their wishes and words of wisdom for Mommy and baby and hang them on the tree. I thought Julie did a beautiful job!
This was our invitation. I loved how it wasn't too baby pink but still had a traditional feel. We went with a "pram" theme overall.
The coolest thing about the shower was that we held it in Laura's own home. That way, she didn't have to haul any gifts AND the guests got to see the baby's nursery! This is a shot of her crib, decked out in Peter Rabbit as well as the heirloom christening gown and bonnet from the 1800's that has been passed down in Laura's family!
Rachel and her Aunt Dianne painted this mural for baby Harper and hung the letters with rosettes and ribbons! A bedroom fit for a princess!
Lauren, aside from being the set up guru, created this sweet candy station! Guests enjoyed filling bags of sweet treats to take home as favors from the shower.
We had these beautiful cookies made from our resident cookie extraordinaire, Alison!
Casey hand made these adorable mints! It was so special to have touches added by each individual hostess.
This cake--simple and elegant! It was the perfect compliment to the party (especially because the cake inside was also pink and white!) I really wish I had taken more pictures but it was such a busy day! Laura received some beautiful gifts and should truly feel blessed by all the love that was in that house, just for her and her baby! It was a thrill to be such a big part of such a special occasion, and I hope it was all she ever wanted!